Prince Harry ‘misses Princess Diana every day’ as he shares heartbreaking admission

Prince Harry bared all about his feelings towards the late Princess Diana, who he described as ‘simply indescribable’ after comparisons to the likes of Mother Teresa

Prince Harry was only 12 when his mum, Princess Diana, was killed in a car crash on August 31, 1997.

However, he has been committed ever since to carrying on her legacy and continues to talk with pride over the late Princess. In his controversial memoir titled Spare, the Duke of Sussex bared all and shared a heartbreaking admission following the death of his mother.

In the book, he explained how he would find himself longing for his mum at times and found it hard to put into words his feelings.

William and Harry with mum Diana
William and Harry with mum Diana 


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He also admitted any comparisons between Diana and Nelson Mandela and Mother Teresa felt “wide of the mark”. While he said such comparisons were “lofty and loving”, he explained how she was “simply indescribable”.

Describing his feelings that followed years after her passing, Harry candidly shared: “How was it possible that I could see her, clear as the swan skimming towards me on that indigo lake? How could I hear her laughter, loud as the songbirds in the bare trees—still? There was so much I didn’t remember, because I was so young when she died, but the greater miracle was all that I did.”

He went on to gush over her “devastating smile” and “vulnerable eyes” and reminisced over her love of clothes, sweets and music, just like him and his brother, Prince William. He ended the passage by reiterating just how much her loved his mum.

During a charity event in April, the prince also paid a sweet tribute to his mother. He spoke about his work for Sentebale, an organisation he he founded in memory of his mother. The charity helps young people in Africa who have been affected by HIV and AIDS and was set up by Harry and his friend Prince Seeiso of Lesotho.

Speaking about his mum, he told the audience: “He said: “My mother had a strong focus on HIV and AIDS but also of the younger generation because it’s their futures that are being stolen from them. And at the heart of Sentebale, what we’ve always believed is that every single young person should have a chance at a better future.”

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